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STEM, Industry on Display at D.C. Conferences

stem  education  workforce  women  technology 

Kate Wallace

Kate Wallace
Posted April 4, 2018

Against the backdrop of the natural gas and oil industry’s focus on developing its workforce of the future, we’re excited to be a part of twin events emphasizing STEM this week and weekend in Washington, D.C. – the US News/STEM Solutions Workforce of Tomorrow conference and the USA Science & Engineering Festival – both at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Look for us at the Power Past Impossible and Energy Citizens booths in convention center’s expo hall.


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Industry Investments Power Conservation and Outdoor Recreation

Environment  conservation  social-license-to-operate  air quality  water management  reclamation 

Kate Wallace

Kate Wallace
Posted February 22, 2018

Our industry is committed to the responsible development of energy that not only powers our daily lives, but also provides access to clean water, clean air and natural environments that are suitable for outdoor activities such as hunting, hiking, fishing and more.

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Abundant, Reliable Natural Gas Continues to Lead

natural gas  electricity  electric-grid 

Kate Wallace

Kate Wallace
Posted February 13, 2018

There are important reasons natural gas is the United States’ primary fuel for electricity generation – and will be in the years to come, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA): 1) Natural gas is abundantly available – thanks to America’s energy renaissance; 2) Natural gas’ affordability has made it competitive in the marketplace; and 3) Among all the fuels used for power generation, natural gas is the definition of reliability – uniquely positioned as a fuel to furnish key attributes that ensure the health of the modern electricity grid.

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Technology Drives Safety and Environmental Progress

Safety  social-license-to-operate  Environment  workplace safety  technology innovation 

Kate Wallace

Kate Wallace
Posted February 8, 2018

Energy is fundamental to advancing our society. It’s essential to building a better future. And technology is the vehicle for modern energy production. We believe in technology and innovation. They define the 21st century natural gas and oil industry and our work to harness the energy our country uses to power past seemingly impossible challenges – in ways that are safe for our employees, our communities and the environment. 

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Safety in Energy Delivery

social-license-to-operate  pipelines  pipeline safety  safety standards  technology 

Kate Wallace

Kate Wallace
Posted February 2, 2018

Pipelines safely connect Americans to the energy we use every day. How safe? More than 99.99 percent of the natural gas, oil and petroleum products shipped via pipelines reach their destinations safely. And while that safety record is virtually flawless, America’s pipeline operators are focused every day on getting closer to perfection – helped by ever-improving technologies, industry standards, data and proactive, 24/7 monitoring.

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Safeguarding Water for Environmental Progress

social-license-to-operate  water management  Oil and Gas 

Kate Wallace

Kate Wallace
Posted January 22, 2018

As an industry, we’re constantly striving to do more – for our employees, our customers, our communities and the world. We’re committed to finding safer and more responsible ways to provide the natural gas and oil that power our modern lives, which means protecting the air, land and water in our operations.

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Opportunities for Millennials Abound

workforce  stem  Oil and Gas  jobs  diversity 

Kate Wallace

Kate Wallace
Posted January 18, 2018

As an industry, we’re working to build a diverse workforce – in terms of race, gender and age – that reflects our changing world. A new API study  shows how employment opportunities in the natural gas and oil industry continue to expand beyond the need for engineers, welders and geologists – especially for Millennials. Technology-driven jobs like data scientists and software developers are on the rise as the industry tackles new challenges in an increasingly digital world.

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Knowledge is Power and Protection

conservation  environmental impact  social-license-to-operate  oil and natural gas 

Kate Wallace

Kate Wallace
Posted January 10, 2018

Protecting wildlife and preserving habitats near industry operations is a big priority for our companies. It takes study and resources, but both objectives are well worth the investment.  As members of our communities, we want to see wildlife and their homes sustained for generations to come.  

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Partnership for a Reliable Energy Future

electric-grid  renewable energy  social-license-to-operate 

Kate Wallace

Kate Wallace
Posted December 20, 2017

The U.S. is a world leader in natural gas production and this increased supply is helping to bring more and more renewable energy into the grid. Our nation’s growing reliance on abundant natural gas use has meant that renewable technologies could be adopted without sacrificing affordability. In fact, with natural gas playing a large role the U.S. reached record lows in energy prices in 2016.

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Shaping the Workforce of Tomorrow, Today

Oil and Gas  workforce  innovation  social-license-to-operate 

Kate Wallace

Kate Wallace
Posted December 12, 2017

We’re committed to cultivating a more diverse workforce, which will be critical to fostering the innovation, collaboration and ideas needed for growth of the natural gas and oil industry. Our future lies with this new wave of workers, whose vision will propel society forward. We believe that a robust workforce will make the industry stronger, equipping us to serve the families, businesses and communities who rely on us. Why? Because diversity drives innovation.

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